Great Albums, Massive Hits, and a Crappy Situation!
On this episode of Follow the Sound, we discuss this week in music history. We kick off part 1 with Motown getting their first number 1 hit with ‘My Girl‘ and the Rolling Stones began recording ‘Paint It, Black‘. We move onto the song ‘Dueling Banjos‘ becoming a Gold record and ‘We Are the World‘ achieves massive success and raises money for charity. U2 releases their brilliant album ‘The Joshua Tree‘ and Pink Floyd release the groundbreaking, record-setting, and massive hit album ‘The Dark Side of the Moon‘. The Pink Floyd album would go on to remain on the charts for more than 1500 weeks. We close out the show with a little talk about Lenard Cohen‘s induction into the Rock n Roll Hall of Fame and Paul McCartney selling out a show in 7 seconds. All that and more on this week in music history on Follow the Sound.
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